Introduction: Gaming-PC (for Only 500€!!)
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Time: 2 days
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Step 1: Buying/Geting the Materials
As this website is an international website I will put the links of the thing from amazon.de (for Germany(EU)) or from amazon.com (For USA). Some of the things that I used were from amazon.de because I live in Europe but the build concept is the same, and it does not matter where and wen you build it.
AMD Quad Core:
Windows 10 Pro:
AMD Quad Core:
Disk Drive(used in the video):
Windows 10 Professional:
Step 2: The Motherboard
The motherboard is the main part of the PC.
Step 1: Screw the mother board in to the case.
Step 2: Put the AMD Quad Core in to the motherboard.
Step 3: In top of the AMD Quad Core screw in the holes the motherboard ventilator.
Step 4: Put the fan connector in the Motherboard fan input.
Step 3: Connecting the Power Supply
Now its time to connect the power supply. In my case the power supply was already there and I only needed to connect the cables to the motherboard and the DVD player.
Step 1: Conect the cables from the power supply to the motherboard. In the motherboard you will need to connect two cables to the mother board. The yellow cable needs to be connected in to the power input on the motherboard (small one) and the one with many cables in to the motherboard input (big one).
Step 3: Connect one of the other cables from the power supply to the DVD player.
Step 4: Putting the Internal Disk Drive.
The disk drive is also a thing that is very important. The disk drive is where you have all of you files. For a disk drive you have two chooses, a mechanical or a digital. A mechanical disk drive will make a lot of noise, but because I wanted to do a cheap PC I choose the mechanical for 50€, but digital disk drive will cost you 4x the mechanical but wont make any sound at all.
Step 1: Screwing from both sides the mechanical disk drive
Step 2: Connect the power cable to the disk drive.
Step 3: Connect the "usb" cable to the "usb" input in the motherboard
Step 4: You have almost completed a Gaming-PC :)
Step 5: Instaling Windows 10
In the windows chose you have two choices. The Windows 10 Home for 129€ and the Windows 10 Professional for 170€. I have putted in my PC the Windows 10 Professional but you can put the windows that you want.
Step 1: Put the CD of the windows on the DVD player.
Step 2: Turn on your PC
Step 3: Follow the instructions given by the CD. You will need the Product key.
Step 4: You have finished you gaming PC.
Step 6: Finish
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Photos by: Joan Olucha
Thanks to: TechLabs, Filmstudios, RealGamingTV
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